Injuries occurring during training are painful for learners and expensive for organizations. Basics like providing a safe environment, ensuring safe use of materials and equipment, and providing adequate supervision and feedback are critical designer and facilitator responsibilities.
Our new research report, First, Do No Harm. Preventing Injuries in Training, by Jane Bozarth, explores the risks associated with immersive technologies in L&D efforts, including physical injuries and emotional trauma. The report emphasizes the importance of creating a safe learning environment, providing adequate supervision and feedback, and establishing ethical guidelines for trainers and designers. These insights offer valuable guidance for those seeking to prevent injuries and ensure the physical and emotional safety of learners in L&D programs.
Download this executive summary and see what you can do to ensure the safety of your learners
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